In a previous post, I wrote about how it’s not business as usual, but it’s crucial to take action to bring money into your business, i.e., spend time on sales. Over years of working in outbound sales, I’ve seen a lot of with entrepreneurs and business owners with negative thoughts about sales. Sometimes people put sales on too high of
“No, it’s not business as usual, but it is still business”
The first rule of business, is to stay in business. So undeniably true. However strong your vision, sense of mission, passion and hard work, your business doesn’t operate in a vacuum. You must plan your strategy, and be prepared to operate and react to circumstances that impact your business. This means that you need to be aware of any changes
If you’re a business owner or entrepreneur, this scenario may be familiar: you work long days, perhaps 8, 10 or 12+ hour-days, with a never-ending to-do list. You spin so many plates it can feel relentless, and yet at the end of the month or quarter you find yourself in need of more sales and to increase sales. When we’re
There are lots of negative stereotypes around sales. These stereotypes — portraying the practice of sales as a manipulating activity — are prevalent, and can be deep-rooted. It’s why many entrepreneurs see sales in the an unfortunate light. The result? They don’t practice consistent outbound sales activities. If you want your business to grow, you need to shift your thoughts on sales.
We’re excited to announce that we are running our next outbound sales workshop – and it’s really hands-on. During the workshop we will work with you to DRAFT your ideal sales conversations, ways to open cold calls, talking points to use with prospects. We then work with you to IDENTIFY prospects you can call. Then (drum roll) we work with you